We can’t possibly know what future challenges await our children. But one thing is for sure: they will need many skills to meet them. They’ll have to understand STEM – but they’ll also have to master techniques not typically associated with the scientific method. In this issue, we’ll introduce youContinue Reading

Webinar “Presentation of various STEM activities using mobile applications” was held on 21.12.2022. At the beginning, a brief overview of the latest information related to Scientix was given, as well as Dig-Ed activities as the Scientix NCP. Presenters of the webinar were two Scientix Ambassadors: Marija Pupinoska Gogova and BiljanaContinue Reading

The 4th Scientix International Conference took place online on 18 and 19 November 2022. The conference provided an overview of the challenges and opportunities in science education in Europe and highlighted the potential and possibilities that the Scientix community can bring about. It also presented multiple opportunities to learn more aboutContinue Reading

We are increasingly becoming aware of environmental issues and their impact on our societies and everyday life. Teachers are trying to shape students into informed and active citizens who will work and build with nature instead of separately from it. However, the educational potential of nature-based solutions (NBS) remains largelyContinue Reading

The European Commission is calling on both teachers to enter the world of research, and on MSCA scientists to enter the world of primary and secondary education. The ‘EXPERTiment for the Classroom’ competition will give teachers and scientists a rare opportunity to team up in their subject area and co-createContinue Reading

The 4th Scientix Conference took place on 18-19 November 2022, online. Some 1,200 teachers, researchers, policymakers, STEM professionals, industry representatives and STEM project managers came together for two days full of learning, networking and sharing. The conference featured 32 parallel talks, 15 projects, 8 workshops, 2 round-tables and the exhibition of 98 posters – making it one of the major science education eventsContinue Reading

Maja Videnovik and Mirjana Jankulovska, as representatives from Dig-Ed participated at international conference, ULCA: Pathway to Excellent Schools, Knowledge-sharing & Networking in Education, that was held at the Faculty of Education, Catholic University in Ružomberok, on November 9 and 10 2022. This conference was a key event organized by a teamContinue Reading

The sixth episode of Scientix TV is out now. This month’s topic is environmental education. In this episode, you will hear from Francesc Baró, the activities coordinator for the COOLSCHOOLS project in Belgium; Tullia Urschitz, a teacher from Italy who implemented nature-based solutions in the classroom; and Deidra Parrish Williams, leader of global corporateContinue Reading

“Train the LCA Teacher-trainer” training took part from 24th to 28th of October 2022 in primary school “Straso Pindzur”, Negotino, North Macedonia. Maja Videnovik and Mirjana Jankulovska, as Dig-Ed representatives took active participation in this training. During each day original training courses led by the LCA teacher-trainers-to-be were delivered. FeedbackContinue Reading